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Keith Specialty Store
6791 Rt 119 Hwy N,  Marion Center, PA 15759
US callers: 800-705-8838
FAX: 724-397-2228
Outside the US: 724-397-8838
8:00am-6:00pm  M-F, 8:00am-3:00pm Sat. (ET)

Latest Customer Review: March 23, 2020: (Honeywell R8184G 4009 oil primary control) Product was great ,service was super thanks for the help. - Douglas

COVID-19 Update: (April 1, 2020) PA Governor Tom Wolf has just announced the entire state is on a "Shelter at Home" order. We will still be open to serve our customers; however, beginning Tuesday morning customers will not be allowed in the store. We will handle all business in the parking area. Please call ahead and pay by card if possible. You may call from the parking lot or just beep your horn. You may also have your order shipped to you by placing your order here. We apologize for any inconvenience. God bless and stay well!

Trane Parts - Catalog

Trane Parts - Catalog

(American Standard is the same as Trane)

We list Trane parts we either stock or can have shipped to you right away.

Trane part numbers have the format of CCCnnnnn, where CCC is a three character prefix denoting the type of part: i.e. CNT = Control board, MOT = Motor and so on.

The prefix is followed by five numbers.  If your part has only four numbers on it, add a zero to the beginning of the four numbers.  For example, if your part shows a 'CNT 3797', add a '0' to the beginning of the '3797' and remove the blank between the prefix and the number and you get 'CNT03797'.

Searching by your part number in the upper-right corner of the page is the fastest way to locate your part.

For part number with prefixes: ADP, BKR, BNR, BRD, BRG, CHG,  COL, COM, CPL, CTR, DHY, ELC, ELM, FAN, FUS, HLD, HTR, IGN, KIT, LAT, MOD, ORF, PAN, RCK, RES, RLY, RSR, SHE, SLG, THT, TRP, TRR, TUB, WHL, WIR, click on the Trane logo (more parts) below.

For parts with the prefixes: BLW, CNT, CPT, MOT, SEN, SWT, and VAL, click on the corresponding links below.

If your part is not listed here, it either may be obsolete and replaced with a new part number or may be in stock at the factory. Call us with your model and serial number of the equipment the part goes into and we may be able to help you locate the part.